Explore opportunities in the History Department to learn about history and have fun.
The History Club and Phi Alpha Theta
The History Club is an informal organization open to anyone interested in history. You do not need to be a history major. All you need is a desire to share ideas and talk about issues and events of interest with those involved.
Phi Alpha Theta is the national honor and professional society for history. You may join if you have 12 hours of history credit with a GPA of 3.1 and a 3.0 GPA overall. Lifetime membership is $50.
Meetings are generally held twice a month and include a variety of activities including debates, movies, free food, guest speakers, quiz games, and role playing events.
The History Club and Phi Alpha Theta meet jointly and share the same officers.
For more information, please contact the faculty advisor, Kelly Langley-Cook, or the Co-Presidents, Sharisse Costello or Jeremy Amdahl.